[ RadSafe ] Scientist changes mind

John Jacobus crispy_bird at yahoo.com
Sun Jul 30 19:06:19 CDT 2006

I did misread the last last paragraph, and I apologize
for the misleading subject line.  Nevertheless, I do
think that it is important to consider the fact that
he was still trying to set the record straight about
his research.  Obviously, it was "cherry-picked" by
those with a political agenda.  Who would think that
could possibly happen?

--- Peter Thomas <Peter.Thomas at arpansa.gov.au> wrote:

> So did he actually change his mind and were they
> your words or someone
> else's?
> All I heard was someone asking that their research
> not be misreported.
> Peter Thomas
> Medical Physics Section
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-- John
John Jacobus, MS
Certified Health Physicist
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